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The Density of Snow Experiment star
A density experiment using snow is perfect for your middle and high school homeschoolers.

Bears! star
Bears are cuddly, fun and wonderful to learn about! Check out this "bear" of a unit this Fall with your younger elementary homeschooler!

Biomes Lesson Plan star
In this lesson students will understand what defines a biome. They will also be able to identify several main biome types, including their characteristics and locations. This lesson plan is geared for grades three through six.

Bridges and Knex Lesson Ideas star
Build up your lesson plans with these ideas for teaching about Bridges, using Knex.

Climate Change Lesson Ideas star
Teach your child about a growing environmental concern, but do it in a creative and interesting way!

Ecology Unit Ideas star
Go green with your Ecology lessons!

Green Homeschooling star
Learn five things you can do today to go "green" with your homeschoolers!

Make a Terrarium star
Making a terrarium is a fun, hands on science experiment that your homeschooler will enjoy.

Make Green Flubber! star
Go green this St. Patrick's Day and make some "Flubber"!

Preschool Weather Study Ideas star
Try some of these hands on weather themed activities with your Pre-K homeschooler.

Rainforest Lesson Ideas star
The rainforest is an exciting and colorful biome. Here are some lesson ideas to teach your child about this intriguing environment.

Rocks and Minerals Quiz star
Are you studying Rocks and Minerals with your homeschooler? If so, this is a perfect general knowledge quiz for this topic that "rocks"!

Science Recipes star
Find out how to make Goop, Oobleck and locate resources for other scientific recipes!

Snow Science Ideas star
Snow is a fun way to make Science an interesting topic!

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